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Platinum Bandit New 455 Stroker Motor - 580HP

This is a video of the new motor we build with Butler Performance, to be customized as a high Horse Power motor that was designed to drive on the road and use 89 Octaine Fuel. With the 60 over 455 1971 Pontiac Block, it was stroked to 474 and with a combination of multiple components, 10:1 compression, we were able to acheave a 580HP engine that you can drive around town, across country, etc. using 89 Octaine gas! Look for it to be featured in an upcoming High Performance Pontiac Magazine for full details... Build your own Monster Motor and join us on the Bandit Run next year!


 


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